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Dennis Taylor (host), Travis Hartman, Rizwaan Zahid and John J. Raspanti (expert analysts), and Christopher James Shelton (boxing historian).

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Veteran boxing trainers Abel Sanchez and Max Garcia joined us on the Feb. 28 edition to explain how they try to get a boxer's head screwed on properly before a fight. We ask them whether great fighters feel fear, why some glare into their opponent's eyes while others avert their gaze, where the line falls between confidence and overconfidence, whether smack talk is effective, how sparring partners are selected, why some boxers get cold feet when the spotlight gets bright ... and much more.

This remarkable conversation with two outstanding corner men is an education for even hardcore boxing fans.

Our conversation with Abel Sanchez and Max Garcia is preceded by analysis by John J. Raspanti and Travis Hartman of the weekend's big fighters --  Frampton-Quigg, Santa Cruz-Kiko, Crawford-Lundy -- plus opinions about the movement to make pro fighters eligible to compete in the Olympics.
 

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Dean Familton's role in boxing is that of a strategist -- a specialist who crafts a "game plan" for a fighter before the fight, then makes fight-night adjustments in style and strategy as the action evolves.

He is the son of a legendary Southern California trainer, the late, great Don Familton, and currently is part of Team Garcia, which handles undefeated Eloy "The Prince" Perez, the WBO's second-ranked super featherweight.

Enjoy this colorful interview with on of the great young minds in the sport from the April 3, 2011 edition of The Ringside Boxing Show.

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